Mobile phone carrier Verizon Wireless has pushed the launch of Galaxy S III once again, now listing it on its website with a release date of July 12th.
The operator was initially expected to launch the Android flagship smartphone before the end of June, but issues with available stock determined it to push it back to early July.
Last week, Verizon made an official announcement on Galaxy S III
’s arrival, stating that it was expected to land on shelves on July 10th.
However, it appears that the phone won’t hit Big Red’s network until Thursday, and those who head over to the carrier’s website
will learn that.
Other leading operators in the US also had hard times launching the phone, as Samsung could not supply enough units to meet the initial demand, but they already managed to launch the phone.